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GoDaddy Bowl: How to watch, listen and stream Georgia Southern Eagles vs. Bowling Green Falcons

Here's all the information you'll need to follow the 2015 GoDaddy Bowl from Mobile, Alabama.

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This year's GoDaddy Bowl between the Bowling Green Falcons (10-3) and Georgia Southern Eagles (8-4) features the champions of the Mid-American Conference and the third-place finishers in the Sun Belt Conference.

Both teams are undergoing head coaching changes in this game, after Bowling Green's Dino Babers and Georgia Southern's Willie Fritz left for new opportunities after the regular season.  This is the Eagles' first ever bowl game, while the Falcons are playing in their fourth consecutive bowl game.

Quick Game Info:

Game Date, Time: Wednesday, December 23rd. Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET (7:00 CST).

Location: Ladd-Peoples Stadium in Mobile, Alabama.

TV/Stream: ESPN will carry the game but you can also watch through the WatchESPN app.

Radio: Falcon Radio Network at www.BGSUFalcons.com

Odds: The Falcons enter as 7.5 point favorites.

Players to Watch:

Matt Johnson (QB, Bowling Green): Johnson had a record-setting year and finished with 4,700 yards passing, 47 total touchdowns accounted for (43 passing and four rushing), 69% completion rate, with only eight interceptions in 535 attempts.

Travis Greene (RB, Bowling Green): Greene became the Falcons all-time leading rusher with 3,772 career rushing yards. He finished this season with 1,244 yards rushing and 14 touchdowns rushing and two more through the air.  If teams focus too much on the Falcons potent passing attack, Greene often makes them pay with his running.

Matt Breida (RB, Georgia Southern): A 2015 Doak Walker Award and Maxwell Award nominee, Breida became the 16th member of the 2,000-yard rushing club at Georgia Southern this season.  He racked up 1,540 yards rushing this season with a Sun Belt Conference leading 16 touchdowns on the ground.

Kevin Ellison (QB, Georgia Southern): Named to the 2015 Manning Award Watch List, Ellison was one of only four FBS quarterbacks that ran and passed for over 1,000 yards each last season.  Ellison rushed for 642 yards and eight touchdowns this season, and passed for two more.  Ellison makes the Eagles' powerful option offense go.